Broward, FL (October 8, 2018) - A two-car crash occurred on Sunday, October 7th in Broward County. According to Broward Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Michael Kane, the crash happened around 2:00 pm can at West Broward Boulevard and Northwest 31st Avenue, near Fort Lauderdale.
The crash involved a white Lincoln SUV and a silver Toyota sedan. The SUV flipped over following the impact, trapping the driver inside. Rescue teams worked to free the 70-year-old from her vehicle and she was transported to Plantation General Hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. A passenger in the Toyota was also taken to the hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
At this time, it is not clear exactly how the crash occurred as authorities have not released any additional details. An investigation remains ongoing.
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